The Team Personality-Team Performance Relationship Revisited: The Impact of Criterion Choice, Pattern of Workflow, and Method of Aggregation
作者: Matthew S. PrewettAshley A. G. WalvoordFrederick R. B. StilsonMichael E. RossiMichael T. Brannick
作者单位: 1University of South Florida,
刊名: Human Performance, 2009, Vol.22 (4), pp.273-296
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/08959280903120253
原始语种摘要: Using meta-analytic evidence, this study tested trait- and task-based theoretical approaches to team personality management, using both team behaviors and team outcomes as criteria. Trait theories state that maximization of the team trait is harmful for Extroversion (complementary team fit) but beneficial for Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, and Emotional Stability (supplementary fit). Task-based theories state that tasks with few work exchanges are best reflected by mean trait scores, whereas tasks with frequent work exchanges are best represented by other types of scores (e.g., minimum score). Correlations between different aggregations of team personality and team performance were coded, as well as the study criterion choice and the pattern of workflow (as moderators). Partial support...
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